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Almost on a regular basis, great pacing machines come out of Pakistan. Despite their young age, the leadership of the Pakistani team has not been afraid to give the youth a chance at a high level. Naseem Shah is a member of that group. The 19-year-old player made his Test debut in 2019. Recently, he left his mark at the Asian Cup. Not only did he impress with his bowling game, but with his stick as well. Pakistan Men’s Bowling Team Coach Shaun Tait said he was impressed with Shah’s progress.
“Pakistan’s fast bowlers have their natural ability. They like to keep things simple but they have a lot of ability and are very subtle. So that’s ingrained in these people,” Shaun Tait quoted by Pakistani Cricket.
“In a way, he reminds me of myself when I was a younger cricketer. He’s a free spirit. But I’m not that smart. I think you guys have see his natural ability and skill with the new ball.”
Above Haris RaufHe said: “The only thing that we talked to each other was the consistency that I think showed in the Asian Cup, that’s it.”
“He’s got the speed, he’s got the spin, he’s got the aggression, all that and we’re just talking about being more consistent in his zones and bowling in the right areas will making it difficult for the hitter and more consistent We worked and we talked about his death a lot and also worked on his death but they were just normal things “, Tait said more.
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